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MindCrowd research suggests that how fast your brain reacts could reveal how healthy it is. Discover the factors that affect visual reaction time.
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Reaction Time as a Measure of Brain Health • MindCrowd Study Findings

How Fast Your Brain Reacts Could Reveal How Healthy It Is. Reaction time can help measure brain health. Why? Because reaction time depends on central nervous system processing speed. Thus, visual reaction time is a critical factor in higher…
What causes memory problems?
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Memory Problems: Forgetfulness, Stress or Alzheimer’s Dementia?

What causes memory problems as we age? Are we experiencing mild cognitive impairment? Or is it the early stages of Alzheimer's? As we age, we face what we perceive as memory problems. We have memory lapses, we may have a hard time remembering…
Three new modifiable risk factors have been reported by The Lancet Commission. Reducing dementia risk.

Reducing Dementia Risk: 3 New Modifiable Factors Identified

The Lancet Commission identified 3 new modifiable risk factors for dementia. Find out how to use these findings to keep your brain healthy as you age.
What is normal brain aging? 10 aging brain facts you should know.

10 Facts to Explain What is Normal Brain Aging

There comes a time in life when we may ask ourselves what is normal brain aging. Memory expert Lee Ryan, Ph.D. answers our questions.
Memory, forgetfulness and aging. What is mild cognitive impairment and how is it different from normal aging or dementia? Can it be reversed and the 30 question cognitive test. Matt Huentelman, Ph.D., explains.

What is Mild Cognitive Impairment?

Memory, forgetfulness and aging. What is mild cognitive impairment and how is it different from normal aging or dementia? Can it be reversed and the 30 question cognitive test. Matt Huentelman, Ph.D., explains. Mild cognitive impairment…
As ethnomusicologist Jennie Gubner, Ph.D. explained in a talk about the power of music in dementia, anyone can benefit from thinking about the relationship between music, culture and wellness. In the context of dementia caregiving, music can promote wellness for both the caregiver and the person living with dementia.
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The Power of Music in Dementia Care: Music and Brain Health

Music has the power to transcend time and space and it allows us to connect to our past. - Jing Xia As ethnomusicologist Jennie Gubner, Ph.D. explained in a talk about the power of music in dementia, anyone can benefit from thinking about…